No sign of Sri Lanka's political crisis ending as President rejects today's No-Confidence vote against his government

Sri Lanka's political crisis termed as a 'bloodless coup' is to continue with no sign of ending as the President, who precipitated the crisis by sacking the Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe last month, refused to accept another vote opposing Mahinda Rajapaksa, his choice for the prime minister post and his government. President Maithripala Sirisena has reportedly rejected the results of today's No-Confidence vote in Parliament against Rajapaksa and his cabinet. This is the second no-confidence motion passed by the parliament in two days. The President has reportedly said that proper procedure was not followed for today's vote against the NCM although the vote was taken by name as per his request. The Speaker said the vote was taken in accordance with the request President Sirisena made yesterday when party leaders and the Speaker met him at his office.....................

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